Singapore City Guide

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Singapore is a melting pot of various cultures. An old British colony, this city-state is peppered by a number of British style architecture and civic buildings. It juxtaposes old and new architecture and offers a whole range of family entertainment, making this city the ideal family holiday destination. You may want to take in the city’s offerings by strolling through its streets or perhaps read a page of its history by wandering through its museums, government buildings and temples. The salubrious climate of Singapore makes it the perfect holiday spot anytime of the year – whether you want to have a restful one or do a number of sights in a short time.



Singapore presents the natural vibrancy of a forward economy and the attractions of urban life and Nature. You can see this in the designer and electronic stores of Orchard Road and the busy stalls on Little India. Singapore’s gentler side is evident in its natural attractions like Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island and the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This city-state is large enough to walk around and discover all its landmarks and discover all its ethnicities that go to make up its diverse nature. Say goodbye to this city by going to the top of the Singapore Flyer. Else, there’s always the Merlion Park on Marina Bay.


Singapore offers a wide variety of accommodation to travellers, making your holiday enjoyable. From hostels, serviced apartments, budget hotels and condos to vacation rentals and villas, family-friendly hotels, best value hotels, capsule hotels, chalets, boutique hotels and luxury hotels, you have a wide variety to choose from. Not only are they easily accessible, but they are money-saving and extremely comfortable.


Singapore offers not just the delicacies of its three large ethnic groups–Chinese, Indians and Malays–but also Continental, Asian and many other international cuisines. If you like to discover new cuisines, have a meal at a Michelin restaurant or enjoy nibbling on Singaporean street food, you should stroll down the streets or enter any food court here. To give travellers the best experience of dining pleasure, restaurants and eateries are open round the clock and come with the best service and ambience.


Every evening, Singapore transforms itself from a business hub to a fun place with bars and nightclubs. The most rocking bars are all around Clarke Quay, Orchard Road, where the pubs and bars attract even international travellers. You might like to spend a little time in the city’s bespoke cocktail bars. If you want to feel the pulse of nightlife here, you will have to go pubbing and clubbing. Singapore’s many watering holes are unique and great fun, and certainly not to be missed.


Taking a day tour from Singapore is a great way of exploring the city better. Get to know the history of Singapore by taking a tour of Changi Prison, Kranji War Memorial and Bright Hill Temple. Or take a half-day tour to Sentosa Island with a visit to Merlion Tower and Tiger Sky Tower. You can also customize your trip and have a more enjoyable time.


The perfect place to shop until you drop, Singapore offers a number of huge malls where you can lose yourself completely. You can buy all the international brands in clothes, electronics, perfumes, cosmetics, etc. Orchard Road is the best place for top of the line shopping while Little India offers traditional wares and affordable shopping. For cheap bargains, Bugis Street is the best place for bargain hunters.


You can save a lot of money while you are in Singapore if you don’t use the Internet here because it’s expensive. Use the Hop On bus service instead of taking cabs, they are cheaper and you can take unlimited rides on it. Instead, you can share a cab with others. There are a range of money-saving tips that you can easily use and save valuable money when in Singapore.

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